In light of the worldwide COVID-19 situation we have decided to rescedule the workshop in the Autumn of this year. The dates of 21-25 September have been reserved locally, but actually having a workshop can only be confirmed at a later date.
Jointly organised between the HSF and WLCG, the focus of this workshop is the challenge of adapting our software and computing infrastructures to increased data rates, new computing technologies and facility evolution. All of this is targeted to maximise the physics opportunities from future upgrades and new facilities.
The workshop will take a forward look at key topics for software and computing, reviewing progress, looking at new approaches, and discussing opportunities and challenges. There will be plenty of time for discussion and the development of R&D ideas that should be explored.
The workshop is open to everyone in the field, from LHC experiments to the intensity frontier, dark matter, astroparticle and other data intensive sciences. Participation of Early Career Researchers is particularly welcome.
Dates: Main workshop from September 21st to September 25th lunchtime.
Location: Main University Building, Lund (maps).
Internet access is available through the eduroam wireless network, and videoconference rooms will be available through Zoom.
Scientific Organising Committee
- Ian Bird, CERN
- Simone Campana, CERN
- Ian Collier, STFC
- Jose Flix Molina, CIEMAT
- Alessandra Forti, University of Manchester
- Heather Gray, UC Berkeley/LBNL
- Michel Jouvin, LAL-CNRS
- David Lange, Princeton University
- Graeme A Stewart, CERN
Local Organizing Committee:
- Caterina Doglioni (Lund)
- Alexander Ekman (Lund)
- Balazs Konya (Lund)
- Caterina Marcon (Lund)
- Florido Paganelli (Lund)
- Oxana Smirnova (Lund)
- Mattias Wadenstein (Umeå)